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Ever hear an unbeat song with very depressing lyrics?

Upbeat Songs With Depressing Lyrics, Clyde McPhatter

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Clyde McPhatter's, "Lover Please"
The Lyrics:
Don't leave me in misery.
You would never hold me so near.
You would never call me "Dear".
Don'tcha know I'd die for you?
Now you're gone, that's what I'll do.
The singer of this spiffy-tuned ditty actually laments that his lover is going away from him. In these lines he even declares that he'll die because she is gone!
Submitted by: Barry Amassa Tate

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